Created By: David
112 W. 9th Street Bradlee, Winslow and Wetherell, Boston (1887-1888)
Constructed during one of the biggest building booms in Kansas City, the Renaissance-revival influenced New England Bank Building was the location of the New England Safe Deposit and Trust Company, which occupied offices on the first floor.
Its richly ornamented brownstone façade, punctuated at the southwest corner by a large, canted oriel window, provides a contrast to the neighboring streetscape.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Library District Walking Tour